PHOENIX — The Governor's Office of Youth, Faith and Family (GOYFF) has awarded approximately $3.3 million in grant funding to 23 organizations throughout Arizona to support prosecution, law enforcement, courts, and community-based victim-serving organizations that address sexual assault, domestic violence, stalking, and dating violence.
"Arizona is committed to expanding support for ongoing activities that eliminate domestic and sexual violence statewide," said GOYFF Cabinet Executive Officer (CEO) Tonya Hamilton. "By increasing the number of funded organizations, we can strengthen trauma-informed, victim-centered services that build resilience, support survivors, and address the underlying cause of trauma from intimate partner violence and sexual assault."
The Arizona STOP Violence Against Women Grant program supports a comprehensive, system-wide approach to domestic violence and sexual assault crimes, with an emphasis on underserved populations across Arizona. During the 12-month grant cycle, awardees from urban, rural, and tribal communities are encouraged to meet the needs of victims of sexual and domestic violence through multi-disciplinary, collaborative, and victim-centered approaches.
FY2024 Arizona STOP Violence Against Women Grant Awardees
- Alice's Place, Inc.
- Amberly's Place Family Advocacy Center
- Arizona Prosecuting Attorneys' Advisory Council
- Arizona Youth Partnership
- Catholic Charities
- City of Prescott Police Department
- Family Violence Center, Arizona State University
- Gila River Health Care Corporation
- Legal Services for Crime Victims in Arizona
- Maricopa County Attorney's Office
- Mariposa Community Health Center
- Navajo County Attorney's Office
- New Life Center
- Pima County Attorney's Office
- Pinal County Attorney's Office
- Prescott Valley Police Department
- Santa Cruz County Attorney's Office
- Sojourner Center
- Southern Arizona Legal Aid
- Superior Court of Arizona in Maricopa County
- Tucson Center for Women and Children dba Emerge Center Against Domestic Abuse
- Victim Witness Services for Coconino County dba Victim Witness Services for Nothern Arizona
The Arizona STOP Violence Against Women Grant is authorized under federal funds through the Violence Against Women Act (VAWA) and administered by the U.S. Department of Justice's Office on Violence Against Women. By statute, awards disbursed are law enforcement, prosecution, and victim services.